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edible wafer paper

post #1 of 6
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I recently purchased Zoe Clark's book 'Chic and Unique Celebration cakes'. In it she shows how to make Shabby Chic fancies and uses edible paper with a rose design. I have tried every supplier listed in the back of the book (mainly British) and no one has this edible paper. Has anybody seen it or know where I can get this particular one?
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post #2 of 6
Isn't this the same as rice paper? I can get that at my local cake shop...
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post #3 of 6
Fancy Flours has tons of it:

http://www.fancyflours.com/searchprods.asp HTH
post #4 of 6
what she is looking for is not what flacyflours offers. She wants plain sheets of it. It comes in a sheet about 7x9 - maybe 8x10 - and 6 or 7" rounds. It is not all that much used these days as frosting sheet have taken it's place. But frosting sheets don/t have the same usablility. I used to use it yrs ago......
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post #6 of 6
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You're right kakeladi, it's the full sheets I'm after and in particular this pattern.
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